Can somebody explain to me how it would ever make any rational sense to pay $350.00 for the fourth night using your gems? As you know at level 3 you have the honor of paying $200 to be able to use the gems that possibly cost you money and many hours of playing time to earn. At level 4 you pay $400 to be able to use your gems to stay 3 nights and at level 5 you pay $750 to stay 4 consecutive nights.This breaks down to $100 per night at level 3, $133.33 per night at level 4 and $187.50 per night at level 5. My wife and I both have enough gems to book 4 consecutive nights but going from 3 nights to 4 makes the fourth night cost $350. I can book a night directly with Wynn for much less than $350 and this is including resort fees and taxes. The cost comparison per night when paying to redeem gems gets even worse versus booking direct or staying elsewhere on a comp if you have paid to buy credits. So why would we ever want to pay so much more for the fourth night? You get to book 10 buffets per month at level 5 but we are not big buffet fans plus we only are able to get to Vegas one or two times a year so we wouldn't ever eat at the buffet 10 times in a trip. Besides there are so many good restaurants in Vegas that we like and would rather eat at than a buffet. Also the restriction of having to use one buffet redemption before you can even book another makes using gems for a buffet much less practical and cumbersome. You get a 25% gem discount at level 5 which in my opinion also has little value. We are both at a level that requires 25 million credits played to earn one gem. After we cash in the gems that we have it would be almost impossible to earn enough gems for another stay without buying credits. As I said earlier having to pay to play and pay to reach a redemption level eliminates any value of playing this game with the idea of staying in Vegas at a value.